Few years back, women were considered to be dainty dolls who could not defend themselves odd situations and needed a male to accompany them especially at night. Now time has changed. Combat sports like MMA helps to build self defense techniques for women.
This video by BuzzFeedBlue talks about two young ladies who trained like UFC champions for two months and became better equipped to defend themselves.
Self defense techniques are a must for women. Knowing martial arts is great to protect yourself in any situation. Martial arts skills and knowledge are with you once you gain them. Strength training for women helps builds the strength, anaerobic endurance, and size of skeletal muscles which help you gain power to get over your opponent in self defense situations.
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Another year is coming to a close and yet another year of great MMA knockouts. The year again had the best MMA knockouts; some were historic, some spectacular, and some just amazing. Power, timing, speed, techniques- you’ll find in this amazing compilation of the best MMA knockouts video by MMA Boxing 999.
MMA is endlessly technical and complex. An athlete spends a lifetime to master just one of the key disciplines it combines, wrestling, striking and grappling.There are 11 weight classes in mixed martial arts and dozens of fighters competing in each one across multiple promotions, including the UFC. Spinning back kicks and fists, armbar, triangle choke, flying knee, powerful jabs, wheel kicks and many more techniques that are used by the most dangerous attackers take years of practice.
A lot of strength is required for serious competitions through various strength and athletic performance drills to achieve big three of quality:movement, power, and conditioning. That takes a lot of training that can be achieved through knockout power workout.
UFC 183: Anderson Silva vs. Nick Diaz was an MMA event held on January 31, 2015. Anderson ‘Spider’ Silva, most dynamic striker of all time, the longest reigning UFC middleweight champion in UFC history has a number of records to his name. Post-fight bonuses by Silva, 2nd most in UFC history behind Joe Lauzons.
Diaz’s 13 wins by KO, eight by submission (4 armbar, 2 kimura, RNC, triangle choke). Get more details on their records in this infographic by UFC.
Silva’s Muay Thai clinch, Diaz’s triangle choke, Rousey’s armbar gave them a lot of attention. There are different submission specialists in MMA history who made their skill sets take them to a new height.
Mixed Martial arts, which is a combination of wrestling, Brazilian jujitsu, boxing and kickboxing has no shortcuts to get to the crest. You have to put in a lot of work to be a part of the UFC Hall Of Fame. Training, exercising and performing submissions and strikes are just a part of beginning with the sport.
The infographic by Sherdog releases very interesting facts about the UFC hall of fame MMA Fighters. Have a look:
UFC Hall of Fame honors mixed martial artist and personalities, established and maintained by Ultimate Fight Championship. It also reveals great achievements in their careers as well as the knockouts and technical knockouts.
Out of a number of submissions inverted triangle, leg kicks, armbar, spinning back elbow, gogoplata are just some of the most popular and the best MMA signature moves. They’re worth learning for MMA applications or even for self defense situations.
The mixed martial arts workout gets you a knockout fighter physique. Get motivated to improve. Training your body to be powerful when tired will do a lot for your muscle gains and overall caloric expenditure (you’ll get leaner), not to mention your mental toughness.
From kickboxing to overall fitness HASfit brings in 15min bum kicking do at home moves that require no equipment. Must watch:
This workout targets upper back and shoulders, glutes, hamstrings and calves. You can channelize your energy by through situps, crunches, squats, lunges, knees, pushups in while training. Gain strength and flexibility with best workout guide for MMA athletes to overcome your opponents.
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